Nexus 4

White Nexus 4 officially arrives with T-Mobile

Putting an end to what seemed to have become an endless stream of rumors and leaks, LG announced the white Nexus 4 earlier in the week. The global rollout was expected to take several weeks, however it looks like the handset has since come available for those in the US market. T-Mobile has announced the immediate availability, though they have made it clear this handset will only be available for a limited time.

LG Nexus 4 in white hands-on and unboxing

After countless leaks and speculation the folks from Google and LG finally made the white LG Nexus 4 official. It's the same Nexus we know and love, with a nice new paint job. After plenty of talk at Google I/O about a white model with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean getting announced we were excited, but it's still just on 4.2.2, for now at least. Read on for more details and a quick unboxing with Google's other baby. That being Google Glass.

LG denies Nexus 5 involvement but confirms Android tablet for 2013

LG will not be making the "Nexus 5" for Google, one company executive has claimed, with the South Korean firm supposedly looking to in fact reduce its dependency on Android moving forward. LG's roadmap does not include the next-gen Nexus, VP of LG Eurpe Won Kim told All About Phones, describing the collaboration as a win for marketing but arguing that "we do not need such a marketing success again."

Nexus 4 white retail model poses for the camera

More and more details keep surfacing regarding a white LG Nexus 4 from Google and LG. Earlier this month some videos of the device leaked, followed by a sighting and bold June 10th release date rumors at Google I/O. Now we're seeing two different leaks today of the smartphone, so it is pretty safe to say it's coming soon.

Nexus 4 in White and Android 4.3 rumored for June 10 release

We heard a lot of rumors and chatter leading up to Google I/O this year. Many were saying Android 4.3 or 5.0 Key Lime Pie, a new Nexus 7, and even reports of a 4G LTE powered Nexus 4 for all carriers. However, as you all know, this year went very different from years past. Google focused on developers, and didn't drop a new version of Android, or any new hardware. Don't worry though because good things come to those who wait.

Google I/O: What we expect in 2013

Google I/O 2013 is less than a week away at this point. The conference runs from May 15th through the 17th and will hopefully bring plenty of goodies for Android users. While there is still some question as to what will be shown and announced, we do know that Google will be running things a little bit different this year. The Google I/O schedule was released earlier in the month and it shows just one keynote. The keynote will run for a few hours on the morning of May 15th and this will be where our immediate attention is focused. The Android Community team will be on-site to bring you the latest, however as we recently saw with the release of the Google I/O 2013 app, these events will also be streamed for those not able to attend.
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